I'm using Windows 7, Ruby 1.9.2, SciTE, Outpost Pro 2009 and NetBalancer.
Wrinting Ruby programs in SciTE I press
Ctrl+Break to kill them. This way is designed to be easy, quick and reliable. But now I wrote a kind of program I never wrote before and found a problem.
Program crowls a website in 10 threads (
open-uri. Each thread downloads one small file. Some urls have
When I press
ruby.exe dies (I can see it in Task Manager also) and SciTE is ready for the next
F5. Outpost also doesn't show me any net activity.
BUT! The NetBalancer's icon in tray shows, that my net is maximally loaded – 512kbps. When I open NetBalancer I see green line, showing net load, but there is no traffic-eating process in list, so I don't know what should I kill to stop it.
And when I do
netstat -o, I see this:
TCP 192.168.1.2:53629 server2:http FIN_WAIT_1 916 TCP 192.168.1.2:53630 server2:http FIN_WAIT_2 916 TCP 192.168.1.2:53631 server2:http FIN_WAIT_2 916 TCP 192.168.1.2:53632 server2:http FIN_WAIT_2 916 TCP 192.168.1.2:53648 server2:http FIN_WAIT_2 916 TCP 192.168.1.2:53664 server2:http FIN_WAIT_2 916 TCP 192.168.1.2:53667 server2:http FIN_WAIT_2 916 TCP 192.168.1.2:53676 server2:http FIN_WAIT_2 916
Seems like I have just to use
C:\Windows\system32>taskkill /PID 916 Ошибка: Не удается найти процесс "916".
(Translation: Can't find process "916")
Invisible process continues to eat all my net channel for several minutes and then stops. Connections in
netstat also dissapear. But I even don't understand how, why and when does it stop, because the full downloading task should last near an hour. So it dies spontaneously?
Anyway I want to have a way to kill this invisible net-eaters.